20 Things You Need To Know About Visiting Disney World Resort

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Want to ride in the front on every single ride? No problem. Sitting in the front on rides often more exhilarating and exciting, so we don’t blame you for wanting that prime seating. All you have to do is ask the cast member who is directing you that you’d like to sit in the front. They may make you wait to one side until the front seat becomes available.


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